Primo: I talked to the lawyer about the house contract. I figured as long as I was on the phone with him, I would ask about Ted.
Me: What did he say?
Primo: He says that I have a lot of discretion on reimbursing for past expenses.
Me: You mean expenses from before your parents died?
Primo: Yes. So it's good news but also bad news.
Me: Because now there is no reason for you not to give Ted the money.
Primo: They want about $6,500 for old school expenses.
Me: Oh man. So you could give it to them, but then it's like they won!
Primo: I know. But maybe then they would stop.
Primo: I know.
Me: If they want you to write that check, they need to send something better than fruit. Don't they know you are a chocolate guy?
Primo: I don't know.
Me: And we have a pear tree in our yard!
Primo: But it's not in season.
Me: Thank you Sheldon.